“The greatest conspiracies are in plain sight” – Edward Snowden
I’ve just unearthed a series of videos that show an unpublicized side of the World Economic Forum and its leader Klaus Schwab.
These videos are extra bonuses to a 2019 German Documentary titled “Das Forum” (The Forum), which seems part of Klaus Schwab’s idea of imprinting his personal image in history for the 50th WEF anniversary.
In 2018, Schwab decided to allow a carefully selected outsider in his kitchen, in a mutually complicit attempt at positive publicity and fame. There are precedents in history. What followed was quite a disaster, in my personal opinion, because Klaus doesn’t have the subtlety needed to do this and it all derailed in a blatant bad-taste cult of personality. All under the disguise of investigative journalism, of course.
I have previously published some of these extras, but now I have the full package and we’re going to weed out the propaganda looking for real truth gems.
From this first video we find out about the so called “Young Global Leaders”, which are pretty clearly World Economic Forum’s youth elite organization. I don’t have yet a quality translation of the part in German, but the English dialogue in the beginning is quite telling.
The second video reveals shocking former Young Global Learders names, and possible new candidates (as of 2018)
In the video above, Putin confirms Blair is one of his “good friends”. Recorded 10 years ago, when they were fresh YGL alumni.
In this third “resurrected” video, we watch them openly discussing regime change in countries unaligned with WEF’s “democratic liberalism” and the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Welcome to the younger Forum!
No one’s younger than the king and his heirs, right?
Young Global Leaders
Launched by Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum in 2004, the Young Global Leaders are governed by a board of twelve world and industry leaders, ranging from Queen Rania of Jordan to Marissa Mayer of Yahoo! and Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales. Schwab created the group with $1 million won from the Dan David Prize, and the inaugural 2005 class comprised 237 young leaders. Young Global Leaders participate in the Annual Meeting of the New Champions, established in 2007 and known informally as “Summer Davos“, alongside Global Growth Companies and other delegations to the World Economic Forum.
BusinessWeek‘s Bruce Nussbaum describes the Young Global Leaders as “the most exclusive private social network in the world”, while the organization itself describes the selected leaders as representing “the voice for the future and the hopes of the next generation”.
Representing over 70 different nations, Young Global Leaders are nominated by alumni to serve six-year terms and are subject to veto during the selection process. Candidates must be younger than 38 years old at the time of acceptance (meaning active YGLs are 44 and younger), and highly accomplished in their fields. Over the years, there have been hundreds of honorees, including several popular celebrities, alongside recognized high achievers and innovators in politics, business, academia, media, and the arts.
Members and alumni
Notable members and alumni of Young Global Leaders include:
- Jacinda Ardern
- Lera Auerbach
- Sergei Brin (Google founder)
- Anderson Cooper
- Leonardo DiCaprio
- Alexander De Croo
- Emmanuel Macron
- Sanna Marin
- Annika Saarikko
- Ida Auken
- Jens Spahn
- Annalena Baerbock
- Ska Keller
- Sandro Salsano
- Ólafur Elíasson
- Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
- Sebastian Kurz
- Ashton Kutcher
- Jack Ma
- Tolullah Oni
- Larry Page
- Michael Schumacher
- Charlize Theron
- Bhavin Turakhia
- Fasi Zaka
- Mark Zuckerberg
More American horsemen of the Great Reset
Let’s look at more celebrity YGL’s
Interestingly enough, Daniel Crenshaw has been deleted from their website. But not from the Internet Archive 😉
Crenshaw is also confirmed by this CNBC report
Young Global Leaders–Anderson Cooper and Leonardo DiCaprio Are In The Most Exclusive Private Social Network In The World.
By Bloomberg, March 18, 2008, 4:00 AM GMT
The World Economic Forum out of Davos just announced its new 2008 list of YGLs—Young Global Leaders. In a growing universe of private social networks, the YGL network has got to be one of—if not THE—most exclusive sn around. A few weeks ago, I predicted that Cameron Sinclair, who founded Architecture for Humanity would become a YGL—and he did.
YGLers can find out who fellow members of the social network are in any particular city around the world by clicking on the map site (can’t do it here, sorry). Works for regions too. Want to chat with a fellow YGLer if you’re visiting Silicon Valley, call up Marc Benioff, Shai Agassi, Sergey Brin (Google founder), Gavin Newson (San Fran mayor), Jerry Yang or John Battelle. If you’re in New York City, Business News TV star Maria Bartiromo is a YGLer.
- Aliko Dangote Foundation
Executive Education Partners and Supporters
- Bill and Penny George
- David Rubenstein
- Harvard Kennedy School
- Howard Cox
- Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- Marilyn Carlson Nelson and Glen Nelson
- Princeton University Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
- Singapore Economic Development Board
- University of Oxford Saïd Business School
- University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business
- Willis Towers Watson
Endowment Supporters (gifts from YGL members of 50,000+ CHF)
The YGL Endowment Fund was created by the community’s members to support the long-term ambitions of the Forum of Young Global Leaders. Its proceeds are intended to support the community programming and to ensure participation is accessible to all members.
- Andrew Cohen
- Ellana Lee
- Georges Kern
- Henrik Naujoks
- Jill Otto
- Katherine Garrett-Cox
- M Arsjad Rasjid Mangkuningrat
- Peter Lacy
- Richard Stromback
- Ron Cao
- Sandro Salsano
- Thor Björgolfsson
- Veronica Colondam
- Yana Peel
- Zhang Yi-Chen
Our growing membership of more than 1,400 members and alumni of 120 nationalities includes civic and business innovators, entrepreneurs, technology pioneers, educators, activists, artists, journalists, and more.
Aligned with the World Economic Forum’s mission, we seek to drive public-private co-operation in the global public interest. We are united by the belief that today’s pressing problems present an opportunity to build a better future across sectors and boundaries.
Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, created the Forum of Young Global Leaders in 2004 to help the world meet increasingly complex and interdependent problems. His vision was to create a proactive multistakeholder community of the world’s next-generation leaders to inform and influence decision-making and mobilize transformation.
Through the Forum of Young Global Leaders, Klaus Schwab envisioned facilitating earnest dialogue and friendships across cultures to bridge divides, fostering fresh thinking and dynamic new ways of collaboration to shape a more positive, peaceful and prosperous society.
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